Try using formail instead. The article I linked off the main page at
http://www.linux.ie/ about stopping spam explains you should use the
cat mbox | formail -s procmail
or for those who don't like cats, this should work equally as well,
formail -s procmail < mbox
to test your procmail recipes..
"John P . Looney" wrote:
>> I'm trying to get procmail or something like it to deliver to home
> directories based on some MySQL tables. And I'm a little confused. I took
> a look at this:
>http://johoho.eggheads.org/mysqlmail/index.shtml> and tried to get it to work. And it didn't, and debugging is a pain,
> because I'm not 100% sure how procmail gets the mail from postfix - I want
> to simulate a delivery from the command line.
>> At the moment I'm doing "cat testmail | procmail" where testmail looks
>> Subject: bing
> From: john at antefacto.com> To: valen at sunnydale.antefacto.com>> asdasd
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